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behind. u.s. rare earth announced they obtained a new permit to drill in montana. it's a big deal because it takes years to get approval for this. coming up exclosively on fox business, the president of rare earth tells us why america has a costly mineral deficit and what needs to be done about it. david: rely on the chinese for that when we can get it at home. the clock ticking away to a string of automatic cuts. they go into effect of a budget agreement is not reached while the debate over what to cut continues, the white house pushes for a $50 billion project. $50 billion increase in spending? yes, what could it be? we'll tell you coming up after our break. ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ]'ll bust your brain box. ♪ all onhinkorswim from td ameritrade. ♪ sandra: hp up after reporting better than expected earnings. nicole on the floor of the new york stock exchange, looking like hpq holding on
have been under pressure. what we saw with u.s. airways, it was getting hit hard. warren buffett's company, berkshire hathaway, buying time out right here. they called it at 7250. >> yes, they just think it's a great product. he said he was absolutely going to be in for the long term. liz: it's not a classic equity deal where they shine it up. david: we just saw whole foods getting kicked today about 10%. >> that is not good news. david: as you can see, we have very big movements. do not be fooled when we see the dow jones down, the s&p 500 is up a little bit. less than a 10th of a percentage point, nasdaq, the biggest mover is the rest of 2000. it is the individual stocks, we have seen some big movements by individual stocks and we will be talking about coming up. liz: did you see the coal industry sector? lots of natural resources after the fourth-quarter earnings. all gaining more than 4%, 13 full percentage point. david: when you see that it is settling at the lowest level in six months, that is what gives people a lot of concern. it is just about at the 200 day moving averag
in the u.s., this guy wants to see it go up 22% from 20% but overall disney stocks near an all-time high, 54.50 is the all-time high. triple the s&p. liz: are you worried the upper income was 234 million versus 413 million? >> it is all about the releases and where you are in the schedule. they will look forward to what is coming up next. let's not forget they have iron man three coming out. i think wall street will look forward that way. and the cable networks seem to be doing pretty good. disney channel, espn. one of the best collections of entertainment media assets anywhere, has really been humming. david: that collection has grown tremendously. lucas films. have they paid too much? >> they bought marvel for a couple billion and turned into the avengers. i really think they have done a great job of absorbing these mergers. there's a conference call and i want to hear what are you doing with the film and what is your next plan? they just brought in jj abrams, he will be directing the next "star wars" coming out in 2015. the reason we are interested in disney so much is you can look at
a month. the u.s. manufacturing sector, some good news there, expanding since april. ism manufacturing index since it is known, the number on the screen, 5.1, any indication above 50, that means that there's expansion. the expectation was for contraction. so it was a very good number there, david. we've got mark sebastion to weigh on all of this. david: we do in the pits of the cme. he tells us why there is tremendous opportunity in europe right now. and jeff cleveland breaking down the hidden numbers in today's jobs report. liz: that is the, at the cme, give us how traders, you guys are the experienced ones, the media make a big deal when we hit the round number of 1,000, but what do the traders think? >> you don't see me covered in confetti right now? i thought you would have seen the party. i actually think we may have seen the most exciting day of month of february today. i look out what's ahead of us and i'm looking for a catalyst to really drive the markets. we had big move today of about 1% in the s&p 500. that's the biggest move we've really seen in couple of weeks. think about
with significant untapped potential in the u.s. and globally. he didn't report for how many of those units they sold in the last quarter. lizdavid: there are all kinds of indices which may explain why it is down slightly after hours. let's go to today's market action at the picks of the cme. our market panel in just a second. chief investment officer. but let's go to mark sebastian and put up those after our numbers if we can because we had a beat on green mountain but down after hours. why? >> it has to be some sales are forecast and because those numbers are really good. the market was expecting a huge move. pricing 15% move. only moved to about 10. liz: here it is, you're absolutely right, beating the outlook and the company says growth will continue to moderate in the overall total coffee and espresso maker category, which is the big bread and butter part of the business so when they hear the word moderate, not too exciting. >> right. it is overall coffee question marketed in starbucks just come out and kill it? i think it is more of a green mountain thing. very, very specialized produ
pick have to be global powerhouses? >> no. i think you know what? the story is that the u.s. is doing better than the rest of the world you want to leverage yourself to the u.s. consumer. names like vf corp is one. michael kors is a story that has done well. it is strong. i maybe wait for a pullback. that is another name. autozone is a play on the better economy as consumers repair their cars. visa, for transactions. david: well, michael, like most folks you have mixed feelings about the markets but about where the markets are going for here. explain those mixed feelings. on the one hand there are some very positive signs with consumer sentiment we mentioned. but there are negatives as well. how does it all balance out in the end? >> the market, the trend is your friend, right? so i think the market continues to gradually move higher but it is not without the risk of a pullback. so all those positive catalysts on the one side that mentioned, on the other hand you have washington and what is going on here in our backyard, kind of driving fear. and you also have, i don't think we've see
-week low against the u.s. dollar on concerns over the strength of europe's financial system. the euro fell to an intraday low of 131.44. this after the european central bank announced crisis loan repayment by banks fell short of expectations. >>> lots of actions in the medical -- metals pits this week. gosh, gold, silver. silver and copper both ending the week lower. silver closing down nearly 5% while copper posted a 5 1/2% drop, david. david: we have got it all covered. we have daniel in the pits of the cme. our market panel, larry shover who we usually see in the cme is in new york. and steven sachs, proshares head of capital markets. i want to start with daniel, at the cme. danny, amazing turn around when you think what happened yesterday. how much of that was dependent upon what happened with hewlett-packard? i mean did people look at hewlett-packard as a pace seter here in today's market? >> no, absolutely no.. this is all about the fed and bullard coming out saying they're not going to pare back as quickly as some people thought, definitely sent this thing up. just as yesterday when
. hit a intraday low versus the u.s. dollar. >>> the number of u.s. workers filing new applications for unemployment benefits fell by 5000 to a seasonally adjusted 366,000 last week. the four-week moving average, we tell you about that because is smofs out the wreak to week volatility, fell it a five-year low of 350,500. that is good news. ashley: straight to adam shapiro. we have a couple companies reporting, athenahealth. coinstar. begin with athenahealth. >> let's start with them. this is a beat on earnings per share, ashley. 29 cents versus what the street expected, 28 cents. revenue is a miss, 16 .6 million. the street was expecting 116.9 million. take a look at coinstar. this is an interesting mix here. you've got an earnings per share breath of 93 cents when the street was expecting 73 cents. revenue not nearly what the street was expecting. 564.1 million. the street was expecting 580.19 million. liz: the problem when you miss on revenue. you can engineer the eps. squeeze out all kinds of cost savings. that is why both these names, athenahealth and coinstar selling off rather
. the grain's lowest price in one month. and u.s. small business owners' confidence increasing just slightly last month but remaining near record low levels. the national federation of independent businesses reporting its index rose to 88.9. the survey says uncertainty about the economy has kept small business owners from hiring and expanding. it's the old u word. david: by the way, it has been a wild day for buffalo wild wings on expectations of their earnings. we don't have to expect 234eu78, we've got the earnings. adam shapiro, what are the numbers? >> reporter: that's right. the adjusted earnings per share came in at 89 cents, the convenient was expecting 96 cents. revenue, however, is a big beat, the stteet was expecting 294.4% million. the stock is trading down after hours. here is something that might be driving all of this. same-store sales increased just 5.8% at company-owned restaurants. the ceo actually making a statement about all of this talking about the difficulty in some of the comparisons that people will be reading as they go through this earnings report. quote: we are ene
especially equities. u.s. stocks a small allocation, a lot of opportunity in the foreign market, especially the can down europe and also markets like russia, greece and even argentina. david: you wrote a book called the iv ip portfolio, one of this mimics what harvard and dl are doing. we're also big and high yield bonds. 20% of your portfolio in high yield bonds. give us examples, don't have too many specifics about where to go. >> with there are a lot of things that investors could emulate or should, the high equity focus, big exposure to real assets, briefly commodities as well as real estate. the other is high yield bonds. they have equity like characteristics, so don't want to necessarily put them in their own category and a lot of the low hanging fruit on high yield bonds has been taken. they had an amazing run the last few years, we still have exposure to both high yield in the u.s. as well as foreign. liz: tell us where you see the money, i know you are a believer in the housing recovery, let's talk about that. >> still believe in the housing sector and homebuilders. even though the
, this expansion story. the ceo says, look, we would grow or hope to grow to a thousand u.s. stores. that's three times today's number. is that a good move, or is it a little bit of over saturation and could that be a problem? >> well, from what i see, there's a lot of room to grow. the competition of the kroger's and walmarts is a totally different market segment. the high end, fresh markets is the main competitor, but beyond that, there's a harris teeter regionally. they have a lot of room to run in the grocery business. liz: david, do you have a favorite region where you say this is it? it's cheap, an opportunity, and we have not seen the run up that it's so expensive? >> in terms of what? liz: sectors, stocks, you name it. show us the money. >> that's a great question right now. you know, one of our strategies we employ is a sector rotation strategy. right now, it's focused in energy, but that might have a 15-day shelf life before that's taken to the block. liz: okay. >> looking at the next month going on, it's hard to say. the stock market is highly priced. it's the story we know. the prices
performing sectors. the u.s. economy grew at a little hop. the revised one-tenth of a percent in the fourth quarter. the weakest performance in nearly two years. the commerce department's second reading is slightly better than that initial estimate of the economy shrinking. remember whitney with negative by one-tenth of a person staring some people. of that was due to government getting and spending. right now moving in the second review. about one-tenth of a person to the upside. the americans applying for new jobless benefits. those numbers fell. this is the number you want to sit down. it fell more than expected, dropping 20,000 to 344,000. the fourth time since 2008 that weekly claims fell below 350,000. a good level that economists say is consistent with relatively strong job growth. david: at one point it did seem like we might break the record in the dow. we ended up down 20 points. let's figure out what happened. in the pits of the me. our market panel. chief investment officer. william nichols, cantor fitzgerald cut-head of u.s. secretary. we will be talking in a moment as well. f
you're creating jobs. we'll talk to gary about that. we'll pick his brain about the u.s. economy the fed, interest rates and ail coming up in a few minutes. by the way, david and nicole. he used to be a silver trader on nymex. back to you. david: big word from goldman sachs what will happen with equities. they are downgrading a little bit. be very interesting to see what happens with all that. we'll tell what you drove markets today with today's data download. stocks ending lower after trading near five-year highs. all major indices ending in the red. consumer discretionary were the worst-performing sector and financials, utilities and technology posted gains. >>> copper had its biggest loss in four weeks on demand for the level that it will drop during the lunar new year in china. copper ending 1% lower at $3.72 a pound. >>> oil ending in the green today, posting a 1.4% gain. the jump pushes crude above $97 a barrel for the first time in over a week. nicole? nicole: we've got, let's go over to adam shapiro with the latest. >> this is on lions gate, nicole. it will be a street an
that china is not the only country involved in committing economic espionage against the u.s., but six of the seven cases it cites in the new trade secrets report involve china. the administration's promising stepped up efforts including increased trade and law enforcement to protect u.s. trade secrets, especially, in light of that separate report this week on aggressive chinese hacking of dozens of u.s. companies. >> as critical technology has advanced, criminals adapted accordingly. our need to keep pace with these changes remains imperative, and the stakes have never really been higher. in some industries, a single trade secret is worth millions or even billions, billions of dollars. >> this report today follows up on the president's executive order that he signed last week to try to beef up cyber security efforts, but new programs such as better information about cyber threats between u.s. intelligence agencies and private sector companies will take time to roll out. david and liz? liz: thank you, peter, very much, peter barnes. david: news from the fed minutes moving markets today
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in the u.s. what do they see in 2013? here with a fox business exclusive we have the genpact ceo and president. wonderful to have you, tiger. >> thank you, liz. liz: i'm sure what you said your mom asks you, in a nutshell, in regular speak tell us what genpact does? this used to be ge capital international businesses. >> right. liz: what's do you do today? >> in simple terms companies, you know, process information, paper, in order to deliver services. we actually help them run those services better. that is one thing we do, help companies run better by actually doing things for them, finance, procurement. liz: risk management? >> risk management. processing a mortgage, which, both of us know is not easy. liz: so when you're hiring you've got to hire people with, with all, quite a mosaic of talents i would think? >> that's right. liz: if you're doing mortgages and risk management can you really be all things to all people? >> we have focused on a few industrials. we grew up with ge and focus on things we learned from ge and a couple things we learned on our own. pharmaceuticals a
and financials. demand for u.s. durable goods falling for the first time since august last month. 5.2% in january from the previous month. most of this is on aircraft demand. they fell sharply. the ordernew orders for nondefee capital goods including aircraft jumped 6.3% month over month. the biggest gain in more than a year. the number of americans signing contracts to buy homes rose to the highest level in more than 20 half years in january. the national association of realtors index jumped 4.5%. we have mark sebastian in the pits of the cme. and scott, ceo of advisors asset management. mark at the cme. i want to start with gold with ben bernanke's announcement once again he will just keep the printing press is going and going and going. why did gold fall so dramatically? >> i think it was just asset shifting. gold rallied more because of fears of what could happen in the euro and the market selling off than it did because the fundamentals of that product got any better. dipping below 1600, i don't like cold right now despite everything on the board. sequestration will probably be bearish for g
in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. twe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. david: well, today's selloff is yet another example of that frustrating roof we keep hitting. while stocks remain close to multiyear highs, we can't seem to crack the ceiling of 14,000 on the dow. while our next guest doesn't see a crash but he does spot some very clear signs we're due for a pullback. joining me, jeff reeves, investor jeff, good to see you. is this it? have we begun the slide. >> that's funny i started to write an article about a contraction, what i saw was systemic signs. we've seen excuses, maybe excuses isn't a nice word, fed or italian election. that is definitely what we've seen last trading days. i don't want to scare people. i think it is only the beginning. we have more before the dow stops the selloff
i do that with the cash on here in the u.s. they generate 10 or 12 billion u.s. cash. liz: that becomes the real question. what if there is a shareholder lawsuit that pushes them to unleash some of that cash? >> i think that, now that apple's trading where it is, which is 10% free cash flow yield i think you will get more activist type investors saying you have to do something with that massive cash pilers the problem is, if you use the cash to shore up the stock as opposed to reinvest in the company and make come out with a new kind of apple tv or whatever it is, won't that be seen by some as panic, as panic on the part of apple just to kind of shore up the stock instead of reinvesting the cash right back into their products? >> apple generates so much free cash flow they can afford to keep investing in new products and services. david: they could make both sides of that equation happen, both the stockholders and company interest focused? >> correct. between the current dividend and the share repurchase plan, they pay out only 30% of the free cash flow. there is long way
that the government of the u.s. is never going to find you, you're just going to be one of a million different trades and you are hidden from public view, that is really not the case. the sec has done it often and done it well. liz: we will be watching this alongside you. the state of oklahoma is challenging the constitutionality of dodd-frank. oklahoma attorney general tells us why he thinks part of the act puts taxpayers at risk. david: the attack tha tax that e passed on you courtesy of the health care law. liz macdonald is here to explain coming up. [ male announcer ] i've seen incredib things. otherworldly things. but there are some things i've never seen before. this ge jet engine can understand 5,000 data samples per second. which is good for business. because planes use less fuel, spend less time on the ground and more time in the air. suddenly, faraway places don't seem so...far away. ♪ adam: i'm adam shapiro with your fox business brief. an apology to the twitter followers after the burger king twitter account was hacked. the site was rebranded as mcdonald's. burger king said it is workin
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